POPO

CJ Prince discusses her experience with POPO, the August POetry POstcard Fest in an interview recorded December 8, 2020. C.J. Prince arrived in the Northwest, escorted by two dragons and one hundred and eight boxes of poems and a few lagging computers. You will find her...

Andrew Bell is a POPO poet living in Christchurch, New Zealand. He talked about his experience with the postcard fest and also USAmerican politics in the last weeks of you know who. Andrew M. Bell writes poetry, short fiction, plays, screenplays and non-fiction. His work has...

Diane Elayne Dees discusses her involvement in POPO, the August POetry POstcard Fest after her first year of participation. Diane Elayne Dees's poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction have been published in many journals and anthologies, and her poetry has been read on radio programs, including...

Longtime POPO participant Mary Beth Frezon checks in with thoughts about her POPO2020 process: Excerpt: I’d been home since March 4, the first couple weeks of that with some illness. In April there wasn’t much to do except online work “stuff” and sitting outside to paint...

A sweet take on her own POPO2020 participation comes to us from the blog of Melanie Weldon-Soiset: One excerpt: Sending postcards served as a practice of remembrance. The Poetry Postcard Fest gave me a reason to engage postcards that had languished in a box, forgotten, for...